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Ofoto

One of the first photo sharing websites, founded in 1999. It was acquired by Kodak in 2001 and renamed the Kodak EasyShare Gallery in 2005 (www.kodakgallery.com). See photo sharing site.
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I was one of the first investors in Ofoto and helped get the company off the ground.
Other popular free and fee-based sites include Photobucket, Photosite, Picasa, Snapfish, Shutterfly, and the Kodak EasyShare Gallery, formerly known as Ofoto.
Ofoto, a subsidiary of Eastman Kodak Company, has launched its online developing service in the UK.
0 also automatically transfers images to a private online photo album at Ofoto.
These include links to Xdrive Technologies Inc's systems which offer users the ability to upload, download, access and share their files using such devices as personal computers, personal digital assistants or WAP phones and photo ordering over the Internet, based on technologies from Ofoto Inc and Eastman Kodak Co.
Former Ebay, StubHub and Ofoto Executive Joins Growing Company to Lead Engineering Services and Operations
Headquartered in the Bay Area's food epicenter, Berkeley, CA, TasteBook was founded in February 2007 by Kamran Mohsenin, co-founder of Ofoto (now the Kodak Gallery), and Greg Schroeder, chief technical architect of Ofoto.
In separate news, the Kodak online photo service subsidiary, Ofoto Inc.
DIGITAL photo service Ofoto has proved a huge success in the US, with over eight million users; now it's available here.
Each new member of AGFAnet coming online is like another oFoto or Shutterfly.
During his tenure as CEO, Ofoto became the world's most popular photo sharing and printing service, and scaled to in excess of 20 million members and more than 1 billion images stored.